The 11 Best Things For Sale At Curt Schilling's Bankruptcy Auction

Curt Schilling is being sued by the state of Rhode Island as a result of that whole video game company going bankrupt and defaulting on $75 million in loans thing. In an attempt to satisfy his creditors, Schilling's putting the contents of his Medfield home up for estate auction, enabling you (or somebody else) to buy… » 10/08/13 9:15am 10/08/13 9:15am

Curt Schilling Had A Heart Attack At Age 44

It's been a stressful few years for Curt Schilling, whose failed video game company earned him lawsuits and forced him to sell off his house and his bloody sock. How stressful? Bad enough that Schilling suffered a heart attack in 2011 while watching—not running, watching—the NYC Marathon. » 8/12/13 10:27am 8/12/13 10:27am

Lawsuit Alleges That Curt Schilling's Company Concealed Financial…

It's been months since the Curt Schilling's quixotic pursuit to create an online role playing game ended with his video game company, 38 Studios, going belly up. 38 Studios didn't go bankrupt until after it had taken a $75 million dollar loan from the state of Rhode Island, though, and new court documents reveal that… » 4/08/13 12:55pm 4/08/13 12:55pm

Curt Schilling Is Selling His Bloody Sock—But Not That Bloody Sock

Heritage Auctions has posted a preview of an eagerly awaited lot—a bloodstained sock worn by Curt Schilling as he pitched through injury to lead the Red Sox to their first World Championship in 86 years. But before you go taking out a second mortgage, know that this isn't the one from Game 6 of the ALCS, when… » 1/17/13 11:35am 1/17/13 11:35am

Curt Schilling Is Trying To Sell His Massachusetts Home Again

The new season of 30 for 30 kicks off tonight with Broke, a look at pro athletes' penchants for burning through their fortunes. One of them is Curt Schilling, whose video game company not only went bankrupt, but blew tens of millions of dollars worth of shady taxpayer-funded loans. So it's maybe coincidence, maybe… » 10/02/12 3:45pm 10/02/12 3:45pm

How Curt Schilling's Video Game Company Was Doomed From The Start

Boston magazine has a lengthy post-mortem of the late, lamented 38 Studios, which went under earlier this year amid unpaid employees and defaulted loans and federal investigations and one very angry Rhode Island governor. After reading it, you may not feel any more sympathy for Curt Schilling (save that instead for… » 7/23/12 5:00pm 7/23/12 5:00pm

Curt Schilling Is Now On Leave From ESPN

Well, now that Curt is being sued by Citizens Bank for the $2 million (and other costs) he borrowed as personal guarantor on behalf of his failed video game company, 38 Studios, he's probably due for some time to sort things out. ESPN does expect the Baseball Tonight analyst to return later this season, however. » 6/16/12 6:20pm 6/16/12 6:20pm

After 38 Studios Goes Broke, Bank Sues Curt Schilling

Immediately after Rhode Island extended the beleaguered 38 Studios a $75 million dollar loan, Curt Schilling's company took out a $2 million letter of credit from Citizens Bank as the security deposit on their Providence offices. Well, that's all gone now. 38 Studios is bankrupt, the office is closed, there is… » 6/14/12 1:35pm 6/14/12 1:35pm

Curt Schilling's 38 Studios Files For Bankruptcy, Faces Federal…

We presume this is how 38 Studios' lawyers opened their conversation with Curt Schilling: "What do you want first? The bad news, or the worse news?" » 6/07/12 3:40pm 6/07/12 3:40pm

Curt Schilling Blames Government For Pointing Out That 38 Studios Was…

Not a great month for Curt Schilling. Forget all that business about his video game company missing payroll, missing loan payments, bouncing a check, and laying off every single employee. You know whose fault those were? The government, for going public with the bad news. Earlier this week Schilling called the… » 5/31/12 2:05pm 5/31/12 2:05pm

Curt Schilling's 38 Studios Lays Off Entire Staff

This is probably the death knell for 38 Studios, the video game company whose problems started with a missed loan payment at the beginning of the month. Since then the company has bounced a check to Rhode Island, failed to make payroll, and begged the state for more help in the form of tax credits. Today, one (former)… » 5/24/12 5:20pm 5/24/12 5:20pm

Oh Good, Curt Schilling's Company Is Going To Get More Help From The…

When last we left 38 Studios, Curt Schilling's beleaguered video games company, they had failed to pay their employees and bounced a loan repayment check to Rhode Island. Today they tried again, and they scraped together enough cash to cover their late $1.125 million payment—only with the help of a $100,000 personal… » 5/18/12 5:30pm 5/18/12 5:30pm

Curt Schilling's 38 Studios Can't Pay Employees, Bounced A Check To The…

We've been following the sad saga of 38 Studios, Curt Schilling's video company that moved to Rhode Island after receiving a whopping loan from the state. Well, things haven't gone well. They haven't employed the number of people they promised. Their big game isn't close to being on schedule. The state is afraid they… » 5/17/12 7:05pm 5/17/12 7:05pm

Curt Schilling Wants A Government Bailout

Curt Schilling's 38 Studios is having issues. They recently pulled out of the upcoming Electronic Entertainment Expo because their new game, codenamed "Project Copernicus," isn't going to be ready on time. That game is being built with tens of millions of dollars guaranteed by Rhode Island taxpayers, in the form of a… » 5/16/12 3:25pm 5/16/12 3:25pm

Curt Schilling's Video Game Company Might Cost Taxpayers $112 Million…

Curt Schilling loves his MMORPGs (think Everquest or World of Warcraft). So much so that in 2006, he founded his own company to produce them. 38 Studios set up shop in Maynard, Mass., and got to work. » 5/15/12 4:45pm 5/15/12 4:45pm